When our beloved Boston Bruins open this season at home this October 11th vs. Chicago, it will be a monumental night. After all, the team will commemorate a centennial of professional hockey this year. Here we go making history again, as the Boston Bruins celebrate 100 years with 3 new jerseys.
Over the weekend, some of the players helped unveil the hot new swag, honoring the team’s 100th year. This upcoming 100th season will be bedazzled with new merch, new uniforms and a commemorative patch sewn onto the uniforms.
The Bruins Work the Catwalk
Saturday at Logan International Airport the centennial jerseys were showcased by players and models, in the ultimate “runaway” style. A large crowd gathered for the fashion show at Logan’s JetBlue hangar. Adidas worked with the NHL and the Bruins to come up with the centennial uniforms. The goal was to honor the team’s history through their uniforms. And they did exactly that by giving their jerseys a makeover.
Below you will see the 3 jerseys, which embrace a modern throwback feel. Over the weekend, these jerseys were modeled by Brandon Carlo, Brad Marchand and Milan Lucic. Welcome back Looch! Plus, there will be a special commemorative patch worn on the right shoulder of the uniform to observe this historic season. It’s all party of the milestone mark, as the Boston Bruins celebrate 100 years with 3 new jerseys.
Perhaps taking a cue from Taylor Swift, the Bruins will host 5 “Era Nights” as part of their centennial season festivities. Opening night is October 11, 2023. And the Bs will be ready to roar with their new jerseys and a big celebration before the game. Hey, who doesn’t love a pregame ceremony? This one is set to take place before the puck drops at 7:30, so get their early. Tickets and the new season schedule can be found HERE.
Did you know the Boston Bruins organization was the first U.S.-based NHL club? But, wait, there’s more! It’s also the 3rd overall to hit the 100 year of play mark. The Bruins follow the lead of Toronto, who celebrated a centennial in 2017, and Montreal who hit 100 in 2009. And remember, this season follows their record breaking regular season last year. Feeling good yet?